adidas previously confirmed its extensive footwear collaboration with iconic anime Dragon Ball Z. The first two sneakers — the Goku-themed ZX 500 RM and the Frieza-inspired Yung-1 —are set to drop on September 29, however, the rest of the pack has not received an official release date yet.

Now Sneaker Bar Detroit is touting possible drop dates for two other sneakers in the pack: the Dragon Ball Z x adidas Deerupt “Son Gohan” and the adidas Prophere “Cell,” which the outlet claims will both drop on October 27.

The rest of the sneakers don’t yet have set release dates. However, we suspect the adidas Ultra Tech “Vegeta” and adidas Kamanda “Majin Buu” will be releasing in November, while a adidas EQT Support Mid ADV “Shenron” is set to drop in December.

As always, stay tuned for more and, if you missed out on the original announcement, find out everything there is to know about the Dragon Ball Z x adidas collaboration here.

Next, check out a complete look at the DBZ x adidas packaging collage here.

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